Facilities at the spa, designed by Zürich-based archites Hotz Architekten AG, include 10 treatment rooms; a 125sq m (1,350sq ft) relaxation zone; indoor and outdoor swimming pools; a sauna world with a number of saunas, steamrooms and plunge pools and a 290sq m (3,100sq ft) health and fitness club.
Although the treatment menu at the spa has yet to be confirmed, a spokesperson told Spa Opportunities that it was working together with spa consultants Rheinfelden on concept.
The Chedi Andermatt will be the flagship hotel of the Andermatt resort, which is undergoing a CH1.8bn (US$2bn, E1.4bn, £1.2bn).
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia-based firm Denniston International Architects & Planners is providing the masterplan for the project, which is being project developed by Orascom Development Holding.
Andermatt will be built as an environmentally sustainable ski resort with all building materials being carefully sourced to ensure they are sympathetic to those used locally, and to comply with a philosophy that ensures construction is blended sensitively with the resort’s natural surroundings.